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of trafficking child pornography. ktvu's robert handa is live in san jose to tell us why the teacher had contact with a number of students in a number of cities, robert? >> reporter: it has been a long tough day for the district informing parents and as the word spread the fear grows. >> reporter: tracing the steps has the andrew hill high school busy today. he was arrested by police for distributing child pornography. >> the youngest ones were four years old, up to nine. 5-7 years old. these are sexual acts. >>> there is no evidence he produced his own child pornography. he was a substitute from 2009 till last month. investigators point out he worked a large area. >> we are determining at what schools he substituted, how many days, what grade levels so we could be responsive to parents. >> the superintendent held an emergency meeting this afternoon and parents were notified quickly. >> it is horrible. my first thought was i hope it wasn't one of my kids. >> real upsetting. i feel for the families and the other educators that are involved because ho
explains the technology police are using, but we begin with ktvu's robert handa who was the first reporter on the scene when the baby was found and he talked to the officer who found the child. robert? >> reporter: the victim's family has been here talking with investigators, because the case is active even though we can show you pictures of a happy recovery. >> the view from news chopper 2 shows the rescue of the girl. police retrieved little gabriela quintero from her mother's stolen car that was spotted by a resident. from the ground ktvu channel 2 news got pictures of the rescue that had family, friends and the officers grateful. little gabriela quintero was the focus of an amber alert. >> she appeared distraught. dazed. she was happy to see us. >> the mother was going in and out of the car this morning with little gabriela quintero in the car seat. when she went inside the vehicle was stolen. >> i heard the screaming. i said what happened. i heard my baby. my baby. then i heard the tires squeal. it was gone. what is going on. someone
. robert handa and maureen naylor are live. we begin with robert who watched the service alongside them, robert. >> reporter: well, it took some time but the san jose arena here has emptied out. but it will be some time before anyone that was here and in those watches some where else will forget what happened here today. a child leaving a memorial for a mother he will not see again was one of many emotionally wrenching moments that took place today as thousands gathered for a final send off for santa cruz officers baker and butler. >> joaquin would you like to say hi. >> hi. >> reporter: butler's partner peter woo and their son joaquin spoke. >> i whispered to her that i would teach her about boys and that they would always know what a great person their mom was. >> reporter: about 6,000 law enforcement officers saluted as the memorial began at noon. james durbin sang the song arms wide open at the family's request. baker's daughter standing alongside her brother adam a santa cruz police officer read a message from a father's day card she wrote as a young girl eight years ago. >> if i h
the officers were gunned down. ktvu's robert handa is in santa cruz with the latest on both developments. robert? >> reporter: right now the police department remains closed as officer mourn but we have new information on the memorial and what happened from investigators and neighbors. >> reporter: santa cruz police announced a public memorial on march 7, many people paying tribute say they feel compelled to attend. >> when i drive to work, you know, i feel like i feel them. it is just -- just unthinkable. >> reporter: this afternoon they provided new information on the investigation, saying loren baker and elizabeth butler were not shot as they approached jeremy goulet's house as reported but had been talking with jeremy goulet through a closed door. >> he appeared from another location and ambushed them. >> reporter: a neighbor was questioned by the officers minutes before. >> there was shots and that is -- i thought that -- that they had taken out the bad guy but it turned out the other way. >> reporter: someone who parked near the shoot out counted his blessings. >> this one happened
officials gave us a look at the new village. new tonight at 6:00 p.m. ktvu's robert handa is live inside the park where he was showed some of the changes made. robert? >> reporter: despite the weather right now thousands of people will soon be coming into yosemite for spring break. rangers are anxious to let people know the hantavirus scare is now behind them. >> reporter: the village was ground zero in the fight against the outbreak of hantavirus in yosemite national park. three people died and 10 visitors got ill after staying in the tent cabins that were destroyed. some campers arriving today seemed reassured. >> since they mentioned hantavirus, i felt like they are not trying to hide it. >> come on in. >> reporter: we got one of the first looks inside the new cabins. 50 will be available starting monday, april 1. the hantavirus outbreak was caused by human contact with feces or body fluid by infected deer mice. the top priority in the new design, no rodent pathways. >> quarter inch is all they need to get in. we have done lot of grading around the tents to make sure they are excluded
of trafficking child pornography. ktvu's robert handa is live in san jose to tell us why the teacher had contact with a number of students in a number of cities, robert? >> reporter: it has been a long tough day for the district informing parents and as the word spread the fear grows. >> reporter: tracing the steps has the andrew hill high school busy today. he was arrested by police for distributing child pornography. >> the youngest ones were four years old, up to nine. 5-7 years old. these are sexual acts. >>> there is no evidence he produced his own child pornography. he was a substitute from 2009 till last month. investigators point out he worked a large area. >> we are determining at what schools he substituted, how many days, what grade levels so we could be responsive to parents. >> the superintendent held an emergency meeting this afternoon and parents were notified quickly. >> it is horrible. my first thought was i hope it wasn't one of my kids. >> real upsetting. i feel for the families and the other educators that are involved because how do you know what someone is doing, who they
, but we begin with ktvu's robert handa who was the first reporter on the scene when the baby was found and he talked to the officer who found the child. robert? >> reporter: the victim's family has been here talking with investigators, because the case is active even though we can show you pictures of a happy recovery. >> the view from news chopper 2 shows the rescue of the girl. police retrieved little gabriela quintero from her mother's stolen car that was spotted by a resident. from the ground ktvu channel 2 news got pictures of the rescue that had family, friends and the officers grateful. little gabriela quintero was the focus of an amber alert. >> she appeared distraught. dazed. she was happy to see us. >> the mother was going in and out of the car this morning with little gabriela quintero in the car seat. when she went inside the vehicle was stolen. >> i heard the screaming. i said what happened. i heard my baby. my baby. then i heard the tires squeal. it was gone. what is going on. someone stole my car with my baby. >> reporter: the mother described a woman seen on the scree
for weeks. robert handa is live now in san jose with new information on the city's eighth homicide of the year and a very strange circumstances surrounding it. robert. >> very strange. we're at the victim's apartment complex. this management letter was posted on all the units expressing sorrow over stan jacobson's death. but it also says stan brought people here into his life dangerous to his own well being. that is what investigators also believe. >> reporter: people at the hilltop manor city apartment are still reeling over the bizarre circumstances surrounding the disappearance of their friend 69-year-old stan jacobson missing since february 5th but who's body was discovered stabbed to death in his apartment yesterday. today police revealed the person arrested yesterday is 46- year-old regina butler and acquaintance of jacobson and a person seen with him. he talked with butler just before the arrest and confronted her about jacobson's disappearance asking her -- >> what happened to him the night you stayed with him the last night. she says i don't remember. i was on drugs, too d
on gambling and other abuses. robert handa has today's board decision on how to fill his vacant seat. >> reporter: there was a noticeable face missing today with the portraits of the santa clara board supervisors are displayed. he has agreed to plead guilty to numerous felony charges including spending campaign and public funds to feed a gambling addiction. today the board unanimously voted to hold a special election scheduled for june 4th rather than appoint a temporary replacement. >> it gives them a right of self-determination. >> reporter: the county registrar of voters began getting ready as soon as they were notified. chavez and alvarado have been talked about possible candidates. >> five to 15 candidates, there's a filing fee involved. so that could deter some candidates. there's about a $1,400 filing fee for that. >> reporter: on march 15, ch era kawa will be in court and a sentencing date will be held. there's an an on going investigation into his alleged violation. >> we don't make that the information or details of that public while we're doing the investigation. so i don'
where you get a sense of how the people, who the two officers were. and as robert handa was telling us earlier, the family specifically requested in this case that they keep some of the stories light. i mentioned i was looking at the santa cruz police blog the other day and they had some very casual pictures of the officers. and in one of them, it cracked me up, you see officer baker, standing next to a guy, giving him rabbit ears while he was getting his picture taken. it's just, you know, it was cute, really cute. >> and the thing i think so often when people do see police officers or firefighters or chp, they think i'm not like that man or like that woman. he or she is in a uniform, i'm just driving my car, maybe getting pulled over talking on the cell phone. sometimes there's a feeling of you don't know me, but then when we learn these men and women, he are heading of the pta, bake the cupcakes, coach the soccer games, help teach children to read in the library, on their off time. and you think, wow, i am like them or they are like me and it hopefully builds a feeling of community
for a move to san jose. ktvu's robert handa reports it comes the same day they promised to return the land. >> reporter: when lew wolff addressed a crowd this morning in san jose he did not know his plan would soon be up in the air. lew wolff didn't comment on major league major league baseball's handling on the request to move. >> so many aspects of land ownership and other influences indicate to us that we need to be in a downtown area. >> reporter: land ownership is a problem. >> reporter: today he ruled san jose made the move after the governor's deadline so the land goes back to the successor agency and must be sold with the money going to school districts. >> all of the agencies must get agree to the fact that the park is an important asset that would benefit all of them. >> he made that argument when he discussed the benefits of a ballpark. >> it is a regional impact. it is sad when we don't look at it that way. >> the mayor believes the deal is valid and plans to work with the agencies to keep the drive alive. in san jose, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> homeowners in a nei
. robert handa is on the scene. >> reporter: the search continues for this man that stabbed a woman here just a few hours ago. this is the crime scene where you can see investigators are still removing evidence. now the san jose police department has spread out throughout the neighborhood going door to door, yard to yard, around the residential heading street area. now we're not showing you specific locations so we don't compromise the search. police are asking residents to be on the look out for a dark haired man about 5'8" believed to be a philipino man on the run after what police call a brutal homicide. an ambulance rushed the stabbing victim away just before 3:00 this afternoon but police say she died before she could be treated at the hospital. witnesses say they watched as she apparently argued with a man in the parking lot next to the togo east restaurant. they were horrified as the man suddenly began attacking her with a knife. >> the lady was on the floor and he was just stabbing her in her stomach area. you could see her stabbing her numerous times. >> reporter: while police
to the final four. hp pavilion opened its doors for the first time to teams and fans. robert handa shows us. >> reporter: the cal basketball team will take its turn on the court for practice in about half an hour. the bears are playing the marquee game here tomorrow. no matter how far they traveled, fans are all trying to give their team a home court advantage. new mexico state university fans came to the big dance today. arriving at hp pavilion with plenty of cheer. the spirit leaders made the trip in style. >> they chartered a flight for the band leaders and players. it's a privilege. >> reporter: new mexico's opponent and its fabs the st. louis university also showed their support. a good luck doll created by a st. louis artist. slu's fans rushed to san jose after winning the atlantic 10 conference title. >> everyone is so thrilled. most of these people just came from brooklyn. they were only home for about 10 hours because we were at the a 10 conference. so it's been minute by minute just go, go, go. >> reporter: san jose and its local businesses a
with the investigators right now. at 6:00 p.m., more on the investigation. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the mother does not want to talk to reporters right now but the hospital said the girl is doing very well. >> medical assessment is complete. she is in good condition. all indicators are excellent. >> little gabriela quintero was taken to the hospital when police found her in the abandon jeep. she appeared calm and in good health. the hospital said the girl was discharged to her mother before 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. an hour ago. again the investigation is not over and police are still looking for the person who stole the jeep. san jose police say the suspect is a white woman in her 30s wearing a dark top and pants and with dark hair in a bun. she was carrying a target shopping bag. there is a target store nearby but that store was not open at the time. ktvu channel 2 news is staying in touch with police as they search for the suspect. follow us on twitter where we will tweet any updates including an arrest in the se. >>> good samaritans tried to help victims of a vehicle acciden
's go ahead and bring in robert handa. this is the video we referenced. the children being led to safety by investigators. robert you told us earlier in the newsroom that it was a very gruesome scene. >> it was, it was an attack that took place here on north first street close to where we're standing. in fact, you can see this is still a very active crime scene. during the past hour, san jose police units have been adding more and more patrol units to the neighborhood. now again, a scene that you saw a little bit earlier. students being escorted from peter burnett middle school on heading. and these students were not in a locked down situation. but police thought for their safety they should be moved because they are basically in the midst of the search area. and we're going to be able to show you some of the scene where investigators have been collecting evidence. but we have to tell you that we did get here just minutes after it happened so it was a gruesome scene. an ambulance rushed the stabbing victim away just after 3:00 she died half an hour later. just before that they saw her ar
officers who were killed in the line of duty. ktvu's robert handa is live in santa cruz with details on the new location. robert? >> reporter: the police department has decided to switch thursday's public memorial from santa cruz to san jose's downtown hp pavillion. now, deputy police chief steve clark says the change was necessary because of overwhelming interest by law enforcement agencies and the community. that interest was reflected today, when police officers returned to the streets. santa cruz county sheriffs deputies honored returning police patrols today. the sheriff's department and chp took over city duties, while the 94 santa cruz officers grieved for investigators, loran butch baker and elizabeth butler, killed tuesday in the line of duty. >> it's tough. the first time you jump into that patrol car or walk through investigations, you know, you go past the cubicles and the offices, i think that's tough. >> reporter: many people told us officers may see a changed community. >> people are going to be more likely to speak up and, you know, call the police when they see somet
handa is live in santa cruz where he learned what happened before the gunman opened fire. robert? >> reporter: it is a tough time for law enforcement as they try grieve, investigate the case and protect the public. we gathered new information from investigators and people. >> reporter: the santa cruz police department is still mourning the death of the two officers. investigators say loren baker and elizabeth butler were gunned down tuesday afternoon at the home of sexual assault suspect jeremy goulet. a neighbor said he was stopped and questioned by the detectives as he walked by. >> she shared they were trying to engage a suspect in the house and he wouldn't come to the door. >> reporter: investigators reported that the two officers were shot as they approached the house. today the sheriff said they were talking with him through a closed door, emphasizing the conversation made jeremy goulet's attack with his hand gun more of a surprise. >> jeremy goulet disappeared from the door and appeared from another location and ambushed or assaulted the officers. >> i thought that -- that
are a problem for san jose. ktvu's robert handa is in downtown where a quick fix could pave the way to a permanent solution there. robert? >> reporter: that's right. we are at a building that is usually empty but as you can see it is bustling. this activity is part of san jose's plan to get rid of the economic and image related problems that come with vacant buildings. >> reporter: the chef is whipping up dishes for a crowd of people in downtown san jose. this stretch doesn't usually see much traffic because of all the vacant buildings so today they launched start up san jose, to attract people to place where empty structures discourage visitors. >> people stay away from the areas that have vacant buildings. we decided to come out because we saw the trucks. it helps generate activity. >> you like to see more foot traffic downtown. you know, you feel safer. >> reporter: the other part of start up san jose had them come into a empty building and turn it into shared space. >> this store front has been empty for six years. for us to come in and do organic local grown event programming,
to $10, ktvu's robert handa is here to tell us for some workers it is a big story. >> reporter: san jose is a different place to work and run a business. while it is too early to gauge the over all impact some people have a sense of what is to come. >> reporter: one of many san jose businesses that raised minimum wage from $8 to $10. an increase approved by voters in november an a campaign led by san jose state students. for workers it has almost an immediate impact. >> i have enough to help my dad out. i am help with groceries and rent. >> make rent. make ends meet and know i have more of a cushion. nicer food on the weekends and live more. >> reporter: getting the 63 tothousand workers to spend that money -- thousand workers to spend that money will help. >> we will have extra money of spending in the city of san jose. it will lift up the economy. >> reporter: some business owners expressed it would hurt their bottom line but he says it boosts the positive atmosphere. >> workers are working harder. they are more positive. greater customer service and business increased. >> it makes emp
minutes ago and earlier ktvu's robert handa brought us a live report from san jose. robsert staying in contact -- robsert staying in contact with police -- robert is staying in contact with police and will have more at 6:00 p.m. >>> a victim was found last night before midnight. he was airlifted to the hospital and underwent surgery. so far no arrests have been made and police haven't released information about a suspect. >>> the contra costa county coroner identified a man whose body was found in the bay on sunday. police don't know how the body of richard wood ended up
that teacher make any child pornography with his own students. ktvu's robert handa is here with more on the arrest and what a neighborhood heard. robert? >> reporter: it is still very hectic at the office where parents have been calling about this teacher who worked in numerous schools. the district is trying to find out where, when and what kind of contact he had with students. >> reporter: the school district superintendent called this emergency meeting today to find out information on a substitute teacher nathan forsteel, arrested for distributing child pornography. >> i am praying that -- that this ends with he has possession of child pornography and nothing further occurred. >> reporter: police say a thousand images were found on his computer confiscated yesterday. the search hasn't turned up evidence he was producing his own child pornography. >> if you have a teacher that is teaching young children and looking at images like this there possibly could be a connection. >> i have two students that come here i am angry, disappointed, scared, shocked. >> reporter: a family member d
it might be do if hp decides it wantings out before the contract expires at the end of 2015. >> robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a massive international effort as uncovered 80 genetic markers that indicates a person tendency for certain types of cancer. the research involves 5 studies by 150 research groups studying 200,000 patients. it up -- the research could help narrow down who needs to be tested for those diseases and lead to individualized treatments. >>> a report from american association of cancer research indicates there are now 14 million cancer survivors in the united states. and it projects that number will grow to 18 million over the next 10 years. experts say the growing number of cancer survivors will present challengers. >>> former cia director david petraeus took time to publicly apologize for the extramarital affair that led to his resignation. >> please allow me to begin my remarks this evening by reiterating how deeply i regret and apologize for. the circumstances that led to my resignation from the cia and caused such pa
to teams and fans. robert handa shows us. >> reporter: the cal basketball team will take its turn on the court for practice in about half an hour. the bears are playing the marquee game here tomorrow. no matter how far they traveled, fans are all trying to give their team a home court advantage. new mexico state university fans came to the big dance today. arriving at hp pavilion with plenty of cheer. the spirit leaders made the trip in style. >> they chartered a flight for the band leaders and players. it's a privilege. >> reporter: new mexico's opponent and its fabs the st. louis university also showed their support. a good luck doll created by a st. louis artist. slu's fans rushed to san jose after winning the atlantic 10 conference title. >> everyone is so thrilled. most of these people just came from brooklyn. they were only home for about 10 hours because we were at the a 10 conference. so it's been minute by minute just go, go, go. >> reporter: san jose and its local businesses are counting on march madness. it means attracting more than alumni from afar but people who are
for life. >>> yosemite is getting ready to welcome campers back. ktvu's robert handa made the journey to to yosemite and tell us about the changes to keep visitors safe. >> reporter: curry village was ground zero to the hanta virus outbreak. two people died and 10 visitors got severely ill after staying in curry village tent cabins which were ultimately destroyed. some campers arriving today, were reassured. >> since they said hanta virus, i thought they're not trying to hide it. >> reporter: the newly built cabins will be open. it turns out the old cabins had double wall insulation that mice crawl through. >> it's a quarter of an inch is all they need to get in. we've done lots of grading, lots of batoning down the hatches to make sure they're as included as possible. >> reporter: it also led to unprecedented voluntary testing of more than 600 park employees. >> less than 1% of the employees testing showed previous exposure to hanta virus which is below the national average. >> reporter: even when all the cabins are ready for rental. the public education programs will be ongoing. in
. robert handa is live with more. >> reporter: santa cruz took some of its first small steps in returning to normal today. the police headquarters lobby remained closed as it has been since the shootings. but employees have been coming back to work, including patrols on the streets. cruz police officers went back on patrol this morning after two days of grieving for their fellow officers, detectives elizabeth butler and loran butch baker killed tuesday in the line of duty. some residents showed up to cheer on the troopers. >> it's all about the officers to support them, to let them know we love them and our hearts are just with them this morning. >> reporter: sheriffs deputies saluted the police officers' return, along with the california highway patrol. the sheriff's department has been handling the city's law enforcement duties. >> they have so cared for us. i can't say enough about that. and we could never repay them for what they did. and then to honor us, to honor us the way they did this morning, that was pretty special. >> reporter: for the most part, many of the patrol seemed to d
spoke to reporters today saying photos such as this is good but having him home is the goal. robert handa say there's and we'll have more at 6:00. >>> police are changing their strategy to combat crime by dividing the city into five districts. why police think it will make a difference. >> reporter: the change begin tomorrow and instead of a city wide strategy pleasing may be neighborhood specific. >> reporter: from fruitville to downtown and the oakland hills the neighborhoods have different needs. >> oakland has a diverse community. >> under a new plan that starts this weekend oakland will be divided into five districts. each district will have a captain. the captains will tailor their stratagies to the neighborhoods. >> and they will be accountable to the community. it's a neighborhood policing. slicing up the pie and giving commanders a smaller more manageable area with the direction that not only are you going to fight crime, you will strengthen the partnership with the community. i'm excited about it's going to drink resources. >> the strategy will work bought o pd tried somet
. from santa cruz to san jose we have coverage. we begin with robert handa who was inside for the memorial where there were tears and some laughter as the community said goodbye robert. >>> it was a very moving event that was held here inside the arena. i can tell you with the sadness of their loss it was an emotionally wrenching experience as well. >> 172, santa cruz. >> no response. >> with a final police dispatch call and no response from officers butch baker and elizabeth butler thousands of people said goodbye and thank you to the fallen police officers with a message that they would never be forgotten. santa cruz native who knew them as a security sang. >> we were just a couple of knuckle head guys and suddenly we began old. >> reporter: but laughter turned to tears as the officers children spoke. >> daddy, happy father's day and what a daddy you have been. >> keith would you like to say hi? >> hi. >> reporter: butler's husband spoke about the last promise he made to his wife. >> i promised her that our kids would grow up and be gentle and be giving. i promised that
was only 58 years old. robert handa is live with the reaction of the venezuelan community here. >> reporter: well today that atmosphere shifted a bit as news came that the venezuelan leader had died. today venezuela's vice president lashed out at the country's enemy. chavez's declining health loomed over the country. >> there was this feeling that he really was already dead. but the government didn't want to say something. i don't know what the real truth is. but it was kind of an uneasy situation. not knowing what was going on. >> he was popular with the poor because he spoke a language that they understood. and also to give him credit, he was one of the first presidents that ever really paid attention to the masses. >> reporter: still nancy and others we talked to have those mixed feeling about chavez even now. in venezuela, the government is calling for people to come out to show the sadness of the loss. >> reporter: the embassy operating consulates in other cities including san francisco and chicago. flags are also expected to be lowered there as well. >>> president obama
charges. roberts handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> forstell is hospitalized tonight after a suicide attempt. they responded to the home where the suspect appeared to be suffering from a drug overdose. now he is being observed. >>> this is illegal. this is a public access easement. >> reporter: pete mcclosckin led the group as they walked over. the surf rider foundation filed a lawsuit saying that the gate violates the coastal act. san francisco police oversaw the protest but did not make any arrests. >>> a man from alaska was arrested for bui or boating under the influence. he was taken to san m ateo jail. the boat the serenade 2 was just purchased last month during a lien sale. >>> governor brown's delta water plan was unveiled. the plan aims to bring millions of gallons to farms and communities in the southern part of the state. the plan calls for two 35-mile under ground tunnels to transport alof that water. critics say this will hurt the ecosystem but the governor disagrees saying after years and years of study it's time to finally get this done. if approved construction could begin in
money. in san jose, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> hp pavilion may soon be renamed. a tech blog is reporting meg whitman wants out of the arena naming contract. the deal is scheduled to end in 2016. the wall street journal blog all things d says software company sap wants to take over the naming rights. it's founder is also the majority owner of the san jose sharks. >>> team mobile made several major announcements including planning to start selling the apple iphone 5. team mobile says its service plans are less expensive than at&t and verizon starting at $18 a month. the company plans to end the practice of long term contracts. >>> the san francisco company says it's the latest in the series of denial of service attacks targeting mayor u.s. banks. a hacker group upset about a you tube video portraying the profete muhammad in what it calls an unfavorable way. >>> positive economic reports sent wall street higher today. the dow rose 111 points. the nasdaq gained 17. rising home prices sent stocks upward. >>> wal-mart plans to install lockers at certain stores. shoppers can buy a
money to make money. in san jose, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> hp pavilion may soon be renamed. a tech blog is reporting meg whitman wants out of the arena naming contract. the deal is scheduled to end in 2016. the wall street journal blog all things d says software company sap wants to take over the naming rights. it's founder is also the majority owner of the san jose sharks. >>> team mobile made several major announcements including planning to start selling the apple iphone 5. team mobile says its service plans are less expensive than at&t and verizon starting at $18 a month. the company plans to end the practice of long term contracts. >>> the san francisco company says it's the latest in the series of denial of service attacks targeting mayor u.s. banks. a hacker group upset about a you tube video portraying the profete muhammad in what it calls an unfavorable way. >>> positive economic reports sent wall street higher today. the dow rose 111 points. the nasdaq gained 17. rising home prices sent stocks upward. >>> wal-mart plans to install lockers at certain stores. shopp
. >> robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a massive international effort as uncovered 80 genetic markers that indicates a person tendency for certain types of cancer. the research involves 5 studies by 150 research groups studying 200,000 patients. it up -- the research could help narrow down who needs to be tested for those diseases and lead to individualized treatments. >>> a report from american association of cancer research indicates there are now 14 million cancer survivors in the united states. and it projects that number will grow to 18 million over the next 10 years. experts say the growing number of cancer survivors will present challengers. >>> former cia director david petraeus took time to publicly apologize for the extramarital affair that led to his resignation. >> please allow me to begin my remarks this evening by reiterating how deeply i regret and apologize for. the circumstances that led to my resignation from the cia and caused such pain for my family, friends and supporters. >> petraeus admitted to the affair with his biographer paula broadwell. >>> a federal bankr
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